Theatre through July

“Hir” at Unicorn Theatre; “Cats” at Musical Theater Heritage; “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre; “Much Ado About Nothing” at Heart of America Shakespeare Festival; “Peter Pan”...

A whole t’ado

Free, lively, and fun; the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival presents "Much Ado About Nothing" in Southmoreland park through July 1.

“CATS” up close and personal

“CATS” is another step by MTH Theatre into full blown productions with complete staging and continuous choreography away from their initial “in concert” performance style with stand microphones.

Theatre through June

“Skylight” at Kansas City Actors Theatre; “Torch Song Trilogy” at The Barn Players Community Theatre; “Hir” at Unicorn Theatre; “Unnecessary Farce” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; “Dirty Dancing” at...

Theatre through May

“Snoopy! The Musical” at The Culture House; “Billboard Blockbusters” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “Jack and the Bean Mágico!” at the Coterie Theatre; “OriginKC: New Works Festival” at Kansas City...

Life, love and immigrants

Alan Cumming’s latest cabaret show “Legal Immigrant,” presented by the Kauffman Center, is a powerful and moving night of storytelling, laughter, tears, celebration, protest, and, despite current political views...

“The Lion King” is majestic theatre

Disney’s "The Lion King," presented by Theater League, is an ingenious and stunning theatrical experience. If you love imaginative theatre, you must see it during its three-week run in...

Theatre through mid-May

“Goldilocks and the Three Bears” at Theatre for Young America; “Vietgone” at Unicorn Theatre; “Billboard Blockbusters” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “Jack and the Bean Mágico!” at the Coterie Theatre;...

All riches, no rags

The national tour of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” shone beautifully for one night only at the Carlsen Center.

A true American tale

The Unicorn Theatre continues its tradition of diversity and breaking out of the average theatre production mold with Kansas City premiere of “Vietgone.”

Simple and bright

The beautiful, warm one-man masterpiece "Wiesenthal" was aptly presented during Yom HaShoah by The White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center.

A new collegiate romp

Playwright and producer Jerry Hickey creates a different sort of play than is typically seen in the Crossroads District with “The Mascot.”

Murder and mayhem with a side of pie

Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s new production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" is simply superb – the best musical mounted by...
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